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Jones Bootmaker had gone through a rapid process of change on the web, including the introduction of a new multichannel director and new website platform over the last few months. I had worked with the Jones director formely at Dunelm, and he invited me over again to aid Jones in this exciting transition. I was […]

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I was recommended to Mark at Radius from another of my successful machine clients. Mark has tremendous experience in the machine sector, but had taken the next step of setting up a new company and needed a totally new website. I was able to walk Mark through the steps to setting up his web hosting, […]

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Websites built more than two years ago are likely to not be built ‘responsively’ – the term used to describe a website layout that is fluid to fit any sized browser window. Predominantly aimed at mobile phone users who need a simple streamlined and easy to use interface when browsing on their phone. Long standing […]

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I worked on a number of projects for Hillarys Blinds at the end of 2015 – none of which had anything to do with blinds! The team at Hillarys were very forward thinking with SEO, and were looking to build a number of microsites and social media campaigns that were only indirectly linked to Hillarys. […]

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I designed and built the bespoke CMS website for EBS over a year ago. At that time, the idea of websites being built as a fluid layout was only just beginning to emerge. Fast forward to 2015 and most professional websites are built to allow mobile phone users an easier journey through the website. EBS […]

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I worked only last year on a completely new website for Central Systems, as they wanted to bring the current design up to date whilst also importantly making the site fully responsive for mobile devices. This project was completed to their complete satisfaction. This year, things have moved on for Central Systems, and the company […]

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I’ve worked on a number of websites that sit under the main brand, two of which are The Equalities Toolkit and Healthy FE.

I was asked to go back to these two sites which launched a while back, to ensure they work well on smaller screens and mobiles. They weren’t at the time built for responsive.

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Part of my work each month revolves around email marketing for a few of my clients.

When designing and building a great looking eshot, what I see in the browser as I’m building isn’t always what’s displayed in the user’s email in the end.

So how do I build my email campaigns to look correct for each?

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An existing client of mine referred Funtime to me to create for them an eye catching new website.

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Microsoft’s web browser Internet Explorer has been the cornerstone of its software range since the web was small – unfortunately for many years the name has had noses turned up against it in the web development community…

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